Reelmedia, a leading online video production company in Singapore, has embarked on educating business owners on the importance of corporate video production and marketing web video productions to grow their business. The company has relied heavily on the studies which have been done in the past to show that online marketing video production is a powerful tool for delivering tangible results to brands. Read the full article »
Not all web video production companies are created equal. Whilst an effective Online Video can be a hugely powerful communication tool, choosing the right internet video production company to reflect your brand or organizational values can be a difficult decision. Here are some import points to consider, as you research and search through the myriad of online video production companies. Read the full article »
Web video production is challenging enough when there is time to polish your project, but live streaming video is another beast entirely. Even when all the content, talent, cameras, lighting, and audio are worked out, live streaming event production is far from over. The workflow to get the signal from the camera to the viewing audience can make or break the production.
There’s no single solution for streaming live digital video content that fits all budgets and types of events. But in this article I will review some of the best practices and tips to make sure your live event streams go off without a hitch. I’ll cover some information that should be useful to beginners but hopefully more advanced video producers will learn something new as well. Read the full article »
Corporate video marketing has become essential to the success of a business every day. An integral aspect of a successful marketing strategy, corporate web video production helps businesses promote their brand, communicate important messages in a fresh and engaging way, and improve their relations with clients and other businesses.
So, how can you create a successful corporate internet video production that will drive your video marketing campaigns' success? They key is to have a strong script. Read the full article »
Online video production can be expensive, labor intensive and time consuming, but Emily Forbes is looking to change that with her new video app, Seenit. Seenit allows brands to mobilize their fan bases to contribute to the web video production process. Brands can direct and collect video from anywhere in the world, make quick edits and share straight to social media platforms. Content can even be pushed out to social media while events are happening.
Read what Emily has to say about online video production trends and how she and others are changing the way brands produce video content. Read the full article »
Crafting a clear, strong call-to-action is a challenging step of the web video production process, but not one that digital video marketers can afford to overlook. Your call-to-action is one of the most important – and neglected – parts of your branding and video marketing strategies. Be mindful of what you ask and how you ask it, and you’ll get the conversions that drive your business forward.
These online video production tips will help guide you to creating effective content that will drive conversions. Read the full article »
Web video production is an invaluable tool for marketing your business online, but getting started can be a daunting endeavor.
If fear and uncertainty are holding your company back from jumping into online video marketing, these dozen tips will guide you every step of the way, so you can create and market useful content. Read the full article »
Internet video production is compelling, engaging, and its effectiveness has made it an increasingly popular tool for corporate communications. But while its value is clear, producing quality corporate online videos that will stand out amongst thousands of amateur efforts can be challenging.
These 5 golden rules for b2b online video production will guide you at every step of the way, so you can create and market entertaining internet video productions. Read the full article »
Marketers are no stranger to digital video advertising. They’ve been integrating clips and YouTube videos into their campaigns for years now. However, few marketers really understand how to use digital video production in a way that drives engagement and conversions.
There are endless ways digital marketing videos can be used creatively in the enterprise apart from the traditional method of show and tell. They just require marketers to think outside the box and strive to answer a new set of questions.
It’s time to embrace the possibilities of the technology and recognize digital video marketing as an amazing tool that can drive change and improve the overall experience for customers. Make sure to ask yourself the following questions before getting started on your next online video production. Read the full article »
At the recent Streaming Media East conference, we sat down with Jamison Tilsner, a strategic accounts lead for YouTube marketing specialist Pixability, to learn how companies can succeed with branded web video productions. First off, Tilsner offered a definition of what branded entertainment is, and what it means for online video marketing.
"Branded entertainment, I think, is sort of a catch-all term that refers to any time a brand engages in the process of developing content," Tilsner said. "It could be a brand’s own YouTube channel; it could be brand’s integration with an existing TV show or TV channel. We’re focused on the types of content that brands can create to engage with other audiences on YouTube in an organic way. So, creating the content that the core audience on YouTube really wants to see and wants to engage with." Read the full article »
Users don't want to sit and read through reams and reams of text on the internet, and with attention spans shorter than ever, you need to work hard to keep visitors engaged when they land on your site. A video is a great way of doing this. In this post, I explain how our company went about creating an animated explainer video for our site, with the help of animation studio Chog Zoo, and the web video production processes we went through. Read the full article »
It has been an exciting and busy week for everyone here at the Flimp offices in Boston with the release of the Online Video Production Survey and Industry Trends Report. Arriving right on the heels of the 2014 digital NewFront presentations, the survey of more than three-hundred video production professionals offers some surprising insights about the evolving ways in which businesses are approaching web video production. Read the full article »
A well-executed explainer video is a powerful thing. Using professional voiceover and eye-catching visuals set to music, your company has the power to showcase its products and services using this fun and exciting medium. For your explainer to be really effective, the visual and auditory elements within have to be congruent; they all have to work in harmony to deliver your message. That’s why choosing the right song is so important.
With music, we have the power to make emotional connections that aren’t possible with voiceover and video alone. A voiceover that simply and plainly explains the purpose of your product or service is a tool to appeal to a viewer’s mind- and that’s certainly an important tool. But shouldn’t we also try to make a play for the viewer’s heart?
Still don’t believe in the power of music? Why don’t we play a little game? First, watch the video we’ve posted below, then listen to three potential musical underscores. I’ll show you three songs, and together, we’ll try and decide which one best fits the video below. The correct choice will be a piece of music that sounds like the video looks: relaxed, friendly and sweet. It should also serve to enhance the voiceover, and support its message. When we listen to these tracks, let’s pay attention to any images that are conjured in our minds. The way we feel when we listen to these songs should be similar to the way we feel when we watch the video. Read the full article »
If your business thinks that online video marketing is the future…think again. Industries like accounting and law firms, that have traditionally driven their revenue with face-to-face relationships, are starting to use website video content marketing for building relationships towards new business opportunities.
“We have noticed that more and more people, even though they may be referred, go to the Internet to look for information.” Proclaims Amedeo Luongo, Sr. Partner at CPA firm Mendonca Partners LLP in New Jersey. With hyper-connected consumers in a hyper-competitive marketplace, it is essential that accounting firms quickly build trust and make personal connections in order to win over referrals. One of THE best ways accounting firms can ensure a high referral conversion rate is by putting in place a sound professional website video production and online video marketing strategy.
While videos can’t replace face-to-face interactions, it can help to build trust even before those all-important first meetings with potential clients. Berdon LLP, a CPA firm in New York City, reason for corporate online video production was based on an ever increasing number of clients doing more research way before reaching out to them. “People assume that with a firm of our size, we have the brainpower. But [our clients] need the confidence of seeing the people that are actually doing the work. By using video we are establishing rapport even before they meet with us.” States Jim Termniello, marketing manager at Berdon LLP. Read the full article »
Brand guidelines are essential to ensure the consistency of you brand. But do you update them to new media?
According to a study by B2B Marketing, video is the best content type to make you stand out from your competitors. Interestingly enough, it is also the one that helps you resonate with your audience. This means that you can’t ignore it any longer. And judging by the data collected by B2B Marketing – less and less marketers do.
Seventy eight percent of survey respondents said they are likely to use video in the next 12 months. And experiences of those who already started using video to promote their companies are encouraging – 58% of respondents have found it to be a successful marketing channel.
At the same time, 68% of those who responded admitted to not having any video brand guidelines. This means that even if they create video content, there is a strong chance that it will only confuse their customers. Read the full article »
One of the most challenging parts of successful video marketing is sticking out from the crowd. With today’s technology becoming more and more sophisticated and user-friendly, video production has become accessible to the everyman. And as we’ve seen with smartphones, photography and the advent of Instagram, when a medium becomes more accessible, it also becomes more saturated.
So for those of us attempting to market ourselves with video, the question is this: how can you make your content unique and stick out in the sea of new media? Read the full article »